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We say 'cat's forehead' referring to a small land like,
"Our garden is a cat's forehead."
Is there any such figurative expression in English?

Thank you.
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Yes, you can say; "Our garden (or nani-nani) is not big enough to swing a dead cat."
Seriously, this is a fairly common expression.
Thank you, Mike.
What does this 'swing' mean?
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I have always assumed it to mean holding the cat by the tail and swinging it around in a circle, but other people may imagine different techniques. Emotion: big smile
Good lord, Mike... I thought you put Benny Goodman on the record player and...

Anyway, a very small area is also a "postage stamp."
Mike In Japan but other people may imagine different techniques.
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Isn't it terrible? What do they do it for?
ItasanIsn't it terrible? What do they do it for?
Itasan, beware of taking any of my pictures seriously. Emotion: wink
Grammar GeekGood lord, Mike... I thought you put Benny Goodman on the record player and...
... and watched him gyrate?
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